7 Balance Exercises Anyone Can Do at Home

With so much going on in the world, it’s easy to think that balance doesn’t really affect you too much. Balance is all about standing on one leg without falling over, right? Well, not quite. Balance is essential within everyday life, even if you don’t realize it. 


High Plank Shoulder Taps

For this exercise, start off in a high plank position. Then, lift one hand off the ground and tap the shoulder on the opposite side of your body. 

Kneeling Alternating Superman 

To complete the kneeling alternating Superman, you need to start on your hands and knees. To begin, raise your left arm out in front of you and, at the same time, extend your right leg, so you look just like Superman. 

Isometric Split Squat 

The isometric split squat is pretty difficult and will seriously challenge your balance. To do this, place yourself into a lunge position and then bring your back leg off the floor slightly. 


Single-Leg Reach And Row

Anchor a resistance band to the floor, and then grab the handles. Pull the cable towards you while lifting one leg to a 90-degree position and leaning forward at the same time. 

Standing Crunch With Under-Leg Clap

For this move, lift one leg into the air with your knee bent at 90 degrees. Then, lift your hands above your head before bending your body forward and clapping your hands underneath your raised leg. 

Single-Leg Deadlift With Side Bend

This balance exercise is similar to the kneeling alternating Superman, but this takes place standing up. Start by standing upright, before lifting behind you so that it comes to hip height. Then, reach down to your ankle.

Curtsey Lunge With Oblique Crunch

Similar to a normal lunge, a curtsey lunch requires you to bend your leg behind you as if you were curtseying. Then, bend your torso to touch your opposite knee. 

So, when are you getting started?